As you may know, Google Wave will be stopped by the end of the year.
For sure, that's a bad surprise.
RIP Google Wave  20 May - 4 August 2010

For me, it means that the WRF ends too. Actually, it ends now.
Sure, there's plenty of time between now and december but I have already spent a lot of time on WRF.

The generator may find a second life, who knows ... it's only the templates that must be changed.

However, WRF was a very good experience for many things.
First is my collaboration with Romin  (@iRomin), who has become a friend. Mon ami, our daily (live) exchanges through Wave were lots of fun and knowledge sharing.

I gained pride as WRF was for a long moment (during the V1 days) the subject of three (from eleven) articles listed on the dedicated page on google's site.

Not bad for a project done little by little on my sleeping time (meaning I was often half asleep while coding)

Thanks to @fbaligand, I had the occasion to speak of WRF during the "JumpCamp 4 IT" event in Paris. My first public speaking since ... long ago.
I proposed to present WRF and a usage of it at the Devoxx 2010 conference. Well, no answer yet but I think I know it.
I really wanted a MAJOR speaking experience to push my limit. Too bad. Have to create something else.

During Google I/O, I have met people who followed me on twitter and knew my project, have met googlers IRL, spoke of WRF to some of them.
I even chatted with Vic G (fantastic speaker) !
 
Incredible San Francisco where three French guys named Jérôme can stand in the same square-meter (have a look at SnapABug.com). That never happened to me in France as Jérôme is a quite rare first name.

About Googlers, Wave's DevRel @pamelafox is a fantastic I.T woman. Talented, funny, clear minded and such a good speaker.

I am certainly forgetting other + points about the WRF episode.

Overall, the Wave experience was very good for me that's why I am so bitter that it's over.
So, goodbye Google Wave, rest in pieces, we'll meet again.